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Hotel Sugar Beach

At a Glance

    Pros

  • friendly
  • natural setting
  • practically private beach
  • kids under 12 stay free with parents

    Cons

  • waves and rocks can make the ocean dangerous for kids
  • bumpy road to get to off-site restaurants

Hotel Sugar Beach Review

The theme of this secluded, ultracomfortable hotel with a shimmering infinity pool and thin, curving beach is harmony with nature. Its owners have gone to great lengths to protect the surrounding environment, as the abundant wildlife on its 25 acres of protected forest attests. Spacious one- and two-bedroom suites, with high ceilings, stylish contemporary furniture, and private terraces with idyllic sea views, are great for couples and families (kids under 12 stay free). For extra privacy, choose an upper suite, which has two terraces, rather than a ground-floor one. If you like serenity and want to spend a little less on lodging, opt for a standard room in one of the duplexes scattered through the hilly garden. Each room is decorated in earth tones, with elegant wicker furniture, a wooden door with a hand-carved local bird or animal, and a veranda with a garden or ocean view (some of the best ocean views are from suites 19, 21, and 22). The open-air rotunda restaurant serves good seafood dishes ($$$), and there's a kids' menu. The hotel's recycling, energy and water conservation, and community service programs are exemplary, earning it three leaves in the national sustainability program.

    Hotel Details

  • 22 rooms, 6 suites, 2 houses.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
Updated: 04-05-2013

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